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J yoqe hundred miles southwest of Fastnet 8.30 last night. There was no loss of life. One or two Americana were abroad. The passengers which numbered about three hundred and fifty were mostly wounded Canadian soldiers, the crew number about two hundred and fifty. They were landed at QueetWtown by rescue tubs which answered appeal. The captain and twenty men return to damaged Hesperian which is being convoyed toward Oueenstown. The lies perian was bound from Liverpool for Montreal. London:Norwegian bark Glint sunk, crew safe. Presumably submarine attack. SAILOR'S WOUNDS HEAL FIRST. Notwithstanding that sailors and soldiers are wounded in much the same way. yet the sailor stands a chance of getting well sooner than the soldier. The reason for this is that salt water is a cl< anser. Then there is the fact tint a battleship is always cleaner than a battlefield. The trouble with Tommy Atkins is that his wound is apt to get infected with poisons from the soil. In France and Russia thou sands of women are replacing the men who have been called to arms in factories and as house porters. They are even acting as tram conductors. After the war is over herrings and certain other fish in the North Sea will be cheap and plentiful foi a long time. They have had nearly ten months in which to multiply almost unilis turbed, with'the result that there is an enormi us increase in their numbers. "Ashore and Afloat." White Lime I AM offering FOR SALE my entire stock of White Lime of about 800 bushels at 6d. per bushel. Orders left at Mi. Solomon Finlayson, Deveaux St. or I'lione 258 or "The Tribune" Office. JOSIAII RAMMING June 30, 1915. AS THE CAMEL is indispensable to the tra 1 crossing th African desert*, so it SUNLIGHT SOAP indispensable to .1 careful housewife. A Camel can go lor several days wiluout drinking, but a good housewife cannot afford to let a single day pass without putting Sunlight Soap to sonic' use. The first duty of every housewife is to economise; the duty of SUMLIOBI SOAP is to help the housewife to economise. The daily use of SUNLIGHT S *H is practical economy. It does the most washing in the shortest time, with least labour, and with no discomfort. Use a piece in your next wash, and you will be convinced as to its value. A Grand Concert in aid of the Bahamas Contingent Fund will be given On TUESDAY Evening, 7th September, 1915. at 8 p.m. sharp. by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. S. Callendar, At ST ANDREW'S HALL under the distinguished patronage of His Excellency the Governor and Mi -. Allardyce. The following ladies and gentlemen have kindly consented to assist. Mrs. Pashley, Hon. G. H. Gamblin and R. J. DeGlanville, Esq., Mr. L. C. Moseli v. Asa Pritchard, Esq. By kind permission of the Commandant The Bahamas Police Band will be in attendance and will render selections. Admission: RESERVED SEATS, 3s. nd 2S. UNRESERVED, 1S. Tickets ran be obtain* d at Moseley's Book Store. RUMSEY'S PUMPS C ISTE RN Pumps, Well 1' u ni ps, W i n d mill Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps, House Pumps, Pneumatic Systems, Spray Pumps, Hydraulic Rams, Mine Pumps, I leep Well Pumps, Electric Pumps, Cylinder and Waives, Triplex Powei Pumps, Cens trifugal Pumps, Waterwork, M hinery, Rotary Pump-, Sump Pumps, hire Pumps, Air Compressors,Ship Pumps P 1 --in. Pumps, Boiler Feed Pun').-, Irrigation Pumps, Hydrants, cftc. Installed under the direct supsvi 1 n of II. McPherson and Brother. Prices -.;I Application. IP |. THOMPSON, Went. NOTICE An Entertainment in aid of St. John's Baptist Sabbath school will be given in St John's Church on Tuesday evening next at 8 o'clock. Ucfrcsliments will he sold. Admission:— Adults 6d. Child rtn 3d. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes The . Cosmopolitan High School. Opens on MONDAY, Aug^jpbPatronage Solicited?* Prof. G. G. COFFIN, Prig m§ voGae (THE LINEN STORE.) and BH BO!) ffiJftpQ6 Have Received The Latest Spring Novelty THE HEW "LAVE" NETS Guaranteed I'litarnishoble, and Washable, Suitable for Waists, Yokes, Dresses, Millinery. White and Black, White and Silver, Black and Silver, White and Gold Ecru and Gold, Heliotrope and Gold, Saxe Blue and Gold. Gold Silver and Crystal Tas Is. White, Cream, and Ecru Pre tonne Nets, Shadow Net"., Lace Nets, Overalls, Point d'Fsprit, Pleated Net Ruch ings. Washable Marquisettes. Black and White, Sand an White, Double Width. Poplin. Black Poplin, White Pop double width. White Washing Silk. Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe' May ISt, 1915. "The A Hies &f Johnson's Prepared Wo* %  pom plete finith and polish foi .ill fumituie an 0 I work and Boon. Johnson's Wood Dye-forth* artistic coloring of all wood, toft or hard Johnson's Under Lnc a spirit finish, very much Miperioi t" shellac 01 vainith Johnson's Flat Wood Finish f<>ra beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed i i I without the expense of rubbing. Johnson's Pe.st. Wood Filler — f"i filling the grain and porei of wood, preparing "t fm the finish. Johnson's Powdered Wax for bal I roora Boon. FOR. SALE BY Chas. E. Albury Try J. C. Coakley's new Id. Cig"ars The Allies A blend of four fine tobai oa —o They are good to the end FRENCH RED CROSS FUND. SUBSCRIPTIONS are urgently needed lor the above fund and all donations, however small, will he gratefully accepted, and will he acknowledged in the newspapers. % H. F. AR-MBRISTKR. Consular •syonw^pt France. Nassau, N. P., )•*. 2nd July, 1915. Williams' Shoes Ape Better rl



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Nvillivis addlrttis )uraro In verb* maestri. Ilrmn bound to swear lo the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. XII. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas MONDAY. Septcmt.et 6. 1915 NO Mb L GILBKRT DUPUCH, BditOf -md Proprietor. OFTIOK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts Nassau, X. /'., Bahamas %  PIIONK 2l50. I'. O. IlOX 168. PUBLISHED DAILY Sf %  % % % %  ... .... %  %  %  -— —_— % % %  %  RATES Monday, Wednesday ami Fiiilay— single copy %  •• ••• • %  • 1'' Tuesday, and Thursday—single copy |d Saturday—tingle copy ... ijd Weakly jd Monthly i s. id Quarterly .. *• %  I I ".ilfYearly %  %  Yeaily I S. rl PAYARLK IN ADVANCK Advertising Rates :—Six pence per line fci first Insertion; three pence pel line for second Imertioa ; ami mepenny pe line for subsquent insertions. dvertisements under eight lines 4s. PUBLISHED AT 4 P.M. THE BAHAMAS CONTINGENT. NOTICE. The presentation of tlic Flag by (he Daughter! of the Empire on Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock will take place on the Eastern Parade and not on Raws in Square as previously announced. R. II. c. CRAWFORD, Commandant of Police. NOTICE. I have been asked by several persons il presents other than cigars, cigarettes and tobacco will be accepted for members of the Bahamas Contingent. I shall be glad to receive any article that might be of service to the men if sent to the Police Orderly Room before Tuesday afternoon. *A C. CRAWFORD, Commandant of Police. On Saturday evening the men of The Bahamas Continget were entertained with light refreshments by the Lord Bishop on the lawn at Addington Mouse. After refreshments the Bishop held evensong for the men in his private chapel and addressed them very acceptably and impressively. The Bishop's attitude was very fatherly and we are confident that the men appreciated his kindness and will remember his words in long years to come. At the close of the service the Bishop shook bands with every man and presented him with a copy of Lord Kitchener's letter to the Soldiers going to the front. The Rev'ds A. J. Brown, C. W. Smith, W. S. Lovell, B. L. Langton and II. W. Weigall were present at the service. — :o:— On Sunday morning The Contingent made their first Church parade to the Cathedral at n o'clock. Mended by The Police Band The Contingent and The Police left the Barracks and proceeded to the church, returning in the same order but proceeded for a short way by Boy Scouts, at one point along the route the contingent was cheered, large num beis of people lined the route of march. A large congregation assembled in the church, Mis Lordship the Bishop preached an impressive sermon from the text, "For He shall give hisangels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways." Psalm xci. v. 11. W. R. Pftshley, Esq. took the drill of The Contingent this morning. Attention is invited to the notice in another column of the Concert to be given tomorrow night at 8 o'clock sharp in aid of The Bahamas Contingent Fund. I rom the programme which we have seen a musical treat is in store for those, no doubt a large number, who will be present 'in the occasion. LATEST War News. September 5th 1915. London, 4U1. Governor, Bahamas. Official News: —French and Russian fronts general position unchanged. Italian government report capture important mountain position Peralba region and trenches on Carso. (Signed; BONAR LAW. London:—There is little hope that Serbia will mi et demands. I Advices from Sofia indicate that unless the whole of Macedonia is ceded to Bulgaria the Balkan league will fall. London:—A despatch from Christiana to Berlin says that submarines of much larger type than ever seen before have been observed off the coast of Nor way. The report is accepted in Berlin as a confirmation of the report that Germans' is soon to \ use a super sumnannc. Berlin:—The German troops advancing on the important city of Riga on the Baltic coast made further gains in the fighting of yesterday and today. Washington: —More than 500 hundred American boys under 18 years of age have been discharged from the British army at the request of the State Department. The majority of them enlisted in Canada after misre presenting their age. Baltimore:—Cardinal Gibbons declined to tell tl details of his conference with I resident Wilson. However hi stated that a cablegram had I en sent saying that the President ex. pressed great satisfacti n with the communication the Pontiff had sent him. Tampa: —A quarter of a mile of Sand Key was washed away here today causing much property damage, no loss of life has been reported. September 6th 1915. Berlin.— Germans captured bridge head FriedrichDwina, forty miles below Riga, take thirty seven officers, line hundred men. Paris:—Particularly violent artillery engagements yesterday in the vicinity of Arras and between Oise and Aisne rivers. Berlin:— Lieut. Baron VonForstner killed in action. At Zaborn Alsace nineteen thirteen he sabred a lame shoemaker during anti-German out break. Port an Prince:—C.iperton proclaimed martial lav, in the districts occupied by A nerican Forces, the people re Im. Christiana, Norway:—German submarines of a new large type were observed ofi" southwestern coast. Amsterdam: —Cardin il Vaszaiy, Primate of 1 lui jary is .lead. Washington:—Consul Silliman reports train wreck two hundred miles east of Mexico City. Two hundred persi killed including women and children. London:— Allen Liner Hesperian torpedoed without warning by German submarine A Wear Armbrister's Shoes


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Nvillivis addlrttis )uraro In verb* maestri.
Ilrmn bound to swear lo the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. XII.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas MONDAY. Septcmt.et 6. 1915
NO Mb
L GILBKRT DUPUCH,
BditOf -md Proprietor.
OFTIOK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts
Nassau, X. /'., Bahamas
PIIONK 2l50. I'. O. IlOX 168.
PUBLISHED DAILY
----------Sf - ... .... ,-_
RATES
Monday, Wednesday ami Fiiilay
single copy 1''
Tuesday, and Thursdaysingle copy |d
Saturdaytingle copy ... ijd
Weakly ............ jd
Monthly ............is. id
Quarterly........ .. * I I
".ilfYearly...........
Yeaily ............IS.
rl
PAYARLK IN ADVANCK
Advertising Rates :Six pence per line
fci first Insertion; three pence pel line
for second Imertioa ; ami mepenny pe
line for subsquent insertions.
dvertisements under eight lines 4s.
PUBLISHED AT 4 P.M.
THE BAHAMAS
CONTINGENT.
NOTICE.
The presentation of tlic Flag
by (he Daughter! of the Empire
on Tuesday afternoon at 5
o'clock will take place on the
Eastern Parade and not on
Raws in Square as previously
announced.
R. II. c. CRAWFORD,
Commandant of Police.
NOTICE.
I have been asked by several
persons il presents other than
cigars, cigarettes and tobacco
will be accepted for members of
the Bahamas Contingent. I
shall be glad to receive any ar-
ticle that might be of service to
the men if sent to the Police
Orderly Room before Tuesday
afternoon. *
*A C. CRAWFORD,
Commandant of Police.
On Saturday evening the men
of The Bahamas Continget were
entertained with light refresh-
ments by the Lord Bishop on the
lawn at Addington Mouse.
After refreshments the Bishop
held evensong for the men in his
private chapel and addressed
them very acceptably and im-
pressively. The Bishop's atti-
tude was very fatherly and we
are confident that the men ap-
preciated his kindness and will
remember his words in long
years to come.
At the close of the service the
Bishop shook bands with every
man and presented him with a
copy of Lord Kitchener's letter
to the Soldiers going to the
front.
The Rev'ds A. J. Brown, C.
W. Smith, W. S. Lovell, B. L.
Langton and II. W. Weigall
were present at the service.
:o:
On Sunday morning The Con-
tingent made their first Church
parade to the Cathedral at n
o'clock.
Mended by The Police Band
The Contingent and The Police
left the Barracks and proceeded
to the church, returning in the
same order but proceeded for a
short way by Boy Scouts, at one
point along the route the con-
tingent was cheered, large num
beis of people lined the route of
march.
A large congregation assem-
bled in the church, Mis Lordship
the Bishop preached an impres-
sive sermon from the text, "For
He shall give hisangels charge
over thee, to keep thee in all thy
ways." Psalm xci. v. 11.
W. R. Pftshley, Esq. took the
drill of The Contingent this
morning.
Attention is invited to the
notice in another column of the
Concert to be given tomorrow
night at 8 o'clock sharp in aid
of The Bahamas Contingent
Fund.
I rom the programme which
we have seen a musical treat is
in store for those, no doubt a
large number, who will be pre-
sent 'in the occasion.
LATEST
War News.
September 5th 1915.
London, 4U1.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News: French and
Russian fronts general position
unchanged.
Italian government report
capture important mountain
position Peralba region and
trenches on Carso.
(Signed;
BONAR LAW.
London:There is little hope
that Serbia will mi et demands.
I Advices from Sofia indicate
that unless the whole of
Macedonia is ceded to Bulgaria
the Balkan league will fall.
London:A despatch from
Christiana to Berlin says that
submarines of much larger type
than ever seen before have been
observed off the coast of Nor
way. The report is accepted in
Berlin as a confirmation of the
report that Germans' is soon to
\ use a super sumnannc.
Berlin:The German troops
advancing on the important
city of Riga on the Baltic coast
made further gains in the fight-
ing of yesterday and today.
Washington: More than 500
hundred American boys under
18 years of age have been dis-
charged from the British army
at the request of the State De-
partment. The majority of them
enlisted in Canada after misre
presenting their age.
Baltimore:Cardinal Gib-
bons declined to tell tl details
of his conference with I resident
Wilson. However hi stated
that a cablegram had I en sent
saying that the President ex.
pressed great satisfacti n with
the communication the Pon-
tiff had sent him.
Tampa: A quarter of a
mile of Sand Key was washed
away here today causing much
property damage, no loss of
life has been reported.
September 6th 1915.
Berlin. Germans captured
bridge head Friedrich-
Dwina, forty miles below Riga,
take thirty seven officers, line
hundred men.
Paris:Particularly violent
artillery engagements yesterday
in the vicinity of Arras and be-
tween Oise and Aisne rivers.
Berlin:Lieut. Baron Von-
Forstner killed in action. At
Zaborn Alsace nineteen thirteen
he sabred a lame shoemaker
during anti-German out break.
Port an Prince:C.iperton
proclaimed martial lav, in the
districts occupied by A nerican
Forces, the people re Im.
Christiana, Norway:Ger-
man submarines of a new large
type were observed ofi" south-
western coast.
Amsterdam: Cardin il Vas-
zaiy, Primate of 1 lui jary is
.lead.
Washington:Consul Silli-
man reports train wreck two
hundred miles east of Mexico
City. Two hundred persi
killed including women and
children.
London:Allen Liner Hes-
perian torpedoed without
warning by German submarine
A
Wear Armbrister's Shoes


J
y-
oqe hundred miles southwest
of Fastnet 8.30 last night.
There was no loss of life. One
or two Americana were abroad.
The passengers which numbered
about three hundred and fifty
were mostly wounded Canadian
soldiers, the crew number about
two hundred and fifty. They
were landed at QueetWtown by
rescue tubs which answered ap-
peal. The captain and twenty
men return to damaged Hes-
perian which is being convoyed
toward Oueenstown. The lies
perian was bound from Liver-
pool for Montreal.
London:- Norwegian bark
Glint sunk, crew safe. Pre-
sumably submarine attack.
SAILOR'S WOUNDS HEAL FIRST.
Notwithstanding that sailors
and soldiers are wounded in
much the same way. yet the
sailor stands a chance of getting
well sooner than the soldier.
The reason for this is that salt
water is a cl< anser. Then there
is the fact tint a battleship is
always cleaner than a battle-
field. The trouble with Tommy
Atkins is that his wound is apt
to get infected with poisons
from the soil.
In France and Russia thou
sands of women are replacing
the men who have been called
to arms in factories and as
house porters. They are even
acting as tram conductors.
After the war is over herrings
and certain other fish in the
North Sea will be cheap and
plentiful foi a long time. They
have had nearly ten months in
which to multiply almost unilis
turbed, with'the result that there
is an enormi us increase in their
numbers.
"Ashore and Afloat."
White Lime
I AM offering FOR SALE
my entire stock of White
Lime of about 800 bushels
at 6d. per bushel.
Orders left at Mi. Solomon
Finlayson, Deveaux St. or
I'lione 258 or "The Tribune"
Office.
Josiaii Ramming
June 30, 1915.
AS THE CAMEL
is indispensable to the tra 1 crossing th African desert*, so
it Sunlight Soap indispensable to .1 careful housewife. A
Camel can go lor several days wiluout drinking, but a good house-
wife cannot afford to let a single day pass without putting
Sunlight Soap
to sonic' use. The first duty of every housewife is to economise;
the duty of SUMLIOBI SOAP is to
help the housewife to economise.
The daily use of Sunlight S *h
is practical economy. It does the
most washing in the shortest
time, with least labour, and
with no discomfort. Use a piece
in your next wash, and you will
be convinced as to its value.
A Grand Concert
in aid of the
Bahamas Contingent Fund
will be given
On TUESDAY Evening,
7th September, 1915.
at 8 p.m. sharp.
by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. S.
Callendar,
At ST ANDREW'S HALL
under the distinguished
patronage of
His Excellency the Governor
and Mi -. Allardyce.
The following ladies and
gentlemen have kindly con-
sented to assist.
Mrs. Pashley, Hon. G. H.
Gamblin and R. J. DeGlan-
ville, Esq., Mr. L. C. Mose-
li v. Asa Pritchard, Esq.
By kind permission of the
Commandant The Bahamas
Police Band will be in atten-
dance and will render selec-
tions.
Admission:
RESERVED SEATS, 3s. nd 2S.
UNRESERVED, 1S.
Tickets ran be obtain* d at
Moseley's Book Store.
RUMSEY'S PUMPS
CISTE RN Pumps, Well
1' u ni ps, W i n d mill
Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps,
House Pumps, Pneumatic
Systems, Spray Pumps, Hy-
draulic Rams, Mine Pumps,
I leep Well Pumps, Electric
Pumps, Cylinder and Waives,
Triplex Powei Pumps, Cens
trifugal Pumps, Waterwork,
M hinery, Rotary Pump-,
Sump Pumps, hire Pumps,
Air Compressors,Ship Pumps
P 1 --in. Pumps, Boiler Feed
Pun').-, Irrigation Pumps,
Hydrants, cftc.
Installed under the direct
sups- vi 1 n of II. McPherson
and Brother.
Prices -.;i Application.
IP |. THOMPSON,
Went.
NOTICE
An Entertainment in aid of
St. John's Baptist Sabbath
school will be given in St John's
Church on Tuesday evening
next at 8 o'clock.
Ucfrcsliments will he sold.
Admission: Adults 6d. Child
rtn 3d.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
The .
Cosmopolitan
High School.
Opens on
MONDAY, Aug^jpb-
Patronage Solicited?*
Prof. G. G. COFFIN,
Prig
m voGae
(THE LINEN STORE.)
and
BH BO!) ffiJftpQ6
Have Received
The Latest Spring Novelty
THE HEW "LAVE" NETS
Guaranteed I'litarnishoble,
and Washable,
Suitable for Waists, Yokes,
Dresses, Millinery.
White and Black, White and
Silver, Black and Silver,
White and Gold Ecru and
Gold, Heliotrope and Gold,
Saxe Blue and Gold. Gold
Silver and Crystal Tas Is.
White, Cream, and Ecru Pre
tonne Nets, Shadow Net".,
Lace Nets, Overalls, Point
d'Fsprit, Pleated Net Ruch
ings.
Washable Marquisettes.
Black and White, Sand an
White, Double Width.
Poplin.
Black Poplin, White Pop
double width.
White Washing Silk.
Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe'
May ISt, 1915.
"The A Hies
?
Johnson's Prepared Wo* pom
plete finith and polish foi .ill fumituie
an 0 I work and Boon.
Johnson's Wood Dye-forth* artistic
coloring of all wood, toft or hard
Johnson's Under Lnc a spirit
finish, very much Miperioi t" shellac 01
vainith
Johnson's Flat Wood Finish-f<>ra
beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed i i I
without the expense of rubbing.
Johnson's Pe.st. Wood Filler f"i
filling the grain and porei of wood,
preparing "t fm the finish.
Johnson's Powdered Wax for bal
Iroora Boon.
FOR. SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
Try J. C. Coakley's
new Id. Cig"ars
The Allies
A blend of four fine tobai oa
o -
They are good to the end
FRENCH RED CROSS FUND.
Subscriptions are urgently
needed lor the above fund
and all donations, however
small, will he gratefully ac-
cepted, and will he acknow-
ledged in the newspapers.
% H. F. AR-MBRISTKR.
Consular syonw^pt France.
Nassau, N. P., )*.
2nd July, 1915.
Williams' Shoes Ape Better
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